Music

Channel One Soundsystem

Saturday 2 March 2024

This legendary collective's mission is “to break down barriers via reggae music”, they have achieved this by travelling and playing to new audiences and venues all over the world. Highlights have included winning the Redbull Culture Clash, and playing Wembley Arena. Channel One never fail to provide upliftment with their positive music and message.

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Bar opens 8:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Advance £15.00
On the door £19.00

10% off for members

Standing

Book online at any time, at the Lyme Regis Bookshop and Bridport Tourist Information Centre during normal opening hours, the Marine on Monday and Friday mornings 10 – 1, and over the phone on 01308 424901

Booking fee may apply

This legendary collective's mission is “to break down barriers via reggae music”, they have achieved this by travelling and playing to new audiences and venues all over the world. Highlights have included winning the Redbull Culture Clash, and playing Wembley Arena. Channel One never fail to provide upliftment with their positive music and message.

Channel One Sound System is one of the UK’s best known and most loved reggae sound systems.  Having taken over the running of their father’s sound in 1979, Mikey Dread and his brother Jah T took the sound to local blues parties and dances. Mikey took the name Channel One as homage to the legendary Channel One studio in Jamaica. In 1982, Channel One started playing at Notting Hill Carnival, they have played at Carnival every year since.

Channel One is led by Mikey Dread, original selector, who plays a strictly vinyl selection from his one turn table.  Alongside Mikey Dread are various vocalists and MCs who compliment the music with Rastafarian song and chanting.  Current MCs are Macky Banton and Ras Sherby.   Channel One play a unique selection of conscious reggae, exclusive dubplates and uplifting steppas.  Channel One’s hand built sound system provides a rich heavyweight bass sound, which compliments their tight selection of old and new roots music.

Over the last 5 years, Channel One has gone from strength to strength, holding a residency in one of London’s coolest warehouse venues – Village Underground. Channel One have taken their sound system to festivals all over Europe, as well as performing DJs sets all over the world, including Colombia, Mexico, New York, India, Nepal, Thailand, Dubai and many more. 

This is an 18 plus event, ID is required.

Entry Policy:

The Marine Theatre operates a zero tolerance policy to drugs. 

Anyone found with illegal drugs will be banned and reported to the police. 

Only people aged 18 and over will be omitted to the Marine Theatre. 

Customers are required to present their ID on entry. 

Management reserve the right to refuse entry.